Greece’s Default Holds a Warning for United States

Greece’s Default Holds a Warning for United States

Greece’s default holds a warning for the United States. The warning is a country cannot become tilted where the number of non-working people grows so large that the smaller number of employed people cannot continue to support them. The Mediterranean country defaulted on its $1.7 billion debt payment to the IMF today. Banks are closed […]

Eurozone Still in Trouble

Eurozone Still in Trouble

The European economy has been struggling for several years now. Doubting the effectiveness of the recent reforms and industrial rebounds, many analysts are claiming that the Eurozone is still in trouble. They remain skeptical of the latest measures taken by the European Central Bank, and fear the fallout could affect other countries as well. The European Central Bank […]

Eurozone Grows Amid Concerns

Eurozone Grows Amid Concerns

Amid remaining economic concerns, the euro area, referred to colloquially as eurozone, continued to grow economically in the first quarter of 2014. London-based global data firm Markit Group Lt. surveyed 5,000 manufacturing and services businesses, finding that economic activity continued to expand in March, though at a slightly slower pace than in February. Surveys Euro’s […]

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